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Third-tier Cornella, whose part timers include a dentist and a school teacher, are determined to have fun when they run out at Real Madrid's Bernabeu Stadium for Tuesday's King's Cup last 32, second leg.The Barcelona-based club, whose tiny arena holds around 1,500 fans compared with the Bernabeu's capacity of more than 80,000, trail 4-1 from the first leg and know it would take nothing short of a miracle to turn the tie around.Barca and Atletico play their first legs at third-tier Huesca and Hospitalet respectively Wednesday.
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